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I am trying to RC communicate with PFPX. I  solved some problems, but there is a  major road block appeared. How to switch KEWRKBOS01.rte  KEWRKBOS.pln format   PFPX works with .rte, RC with .pln format :Hmmmph:

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In the PFPX Export window, check the "Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX)" export type, and change the "FSX folder" location (Browse button near top right) to the same location as the Prepar3D folder.

 

No sorry. I'm not quite right. You got to get that .PLN exported to the P3D Documents folder

 

C:\Users\[you]\Documents\Prepar3D v3 Files

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Thanks for your response.

Please see in my attached screenshot .I made the changes and pln saved. Put if you look at RC top Load a Flight Plan small screen KJFKBOS1 contends of   FP did not appeared? What did I do wrong?

 

http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/1024x768q90/922/VTLqAt.jpg

 

 

Please disregard my above post. I selected wrong file from RC. Now RC is WORKING.

Thanks

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with PFPX I have also an issue, my issue is when I chose the *.pln via RC and then load it the whole airport surronding become an ocean, is there any one has also the same issue,I do not have this problem when I use the Fbuild, hope someone can tell me how to fix this. thanks.

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Thanks for the printscreen, I will give it a try, I see that you use the path of FSX folder and than point to Document of P3D *.pln file, I hope this will fix my issue, will let you know.


Hello I did exactly as your printscreen, but the same result, FYI loading the flight plan to T7 FMC  I have no issue.

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If you select from your P3D account it will download with all path. Then select  "repair" . If this doesn't work. Then try to trace how this problem developed. It has to be some installation triggered.

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